Raceway Park in Oyster Bed Bridge closing; will continue as campground
Record drug seizure in P.E.I. leads to five years of prison time
P.E.I. business navigates public backlash after nixing prom photos
The Guardian's Quick Question for June 22, 2018
P.E.I. woman sentenced for fraud, theft offences
New P.E.I. laws force circus to cancel horse performances in Charlottetown
Man tells court he doesn’t remember grabbing a woman's buttock at Charlottetown ...
UPDATE: Details released about 2018 Old Home Week and Gold Cup Parade
Micro preemie born to P.E.I. parents at one pound continues to fight ...
BETH CLINTON: Reading club launch party set for June 23
New London Community Complex’s photo contest kicks off
P.E.I. Women’s Secretariat Grants will help build community, support inclusion
Eat Together Day coming to P.E.I., June 22
100 Women Who Care help out Lennon Recovery House Association
Family sprouts a special place in Kensington in memory of Ross MacKay
Wellington Fire Department welcomes ATV rescue trailer for calls to remote parts of P.E.I.
WELLINGTON, P.E.I. - Wellington firefighters will be able to respond quicker and more efficiently to calls that come in from the Island’s various trail systems and other remote locations. “As a fire department we’ve always ...
Lottery being held to help build classroom and ecosan toilet in Mikiduri
The Mikinduri Children of Hope and 201 Wing Charlottetown (RCAF) have partnered on a lottery to finance the building of a classroom and ecosan toilet in Mikinduri. The lottery will sell 250 tickets with four opportunities: $500 (two), $1,000 and ...
MARLA SOMERSALL: Separating the good from the bad when it comes to breeders
P.E.I. has many breeders of companion animals who are passionate about their breeds and who take great care to ensure the health and well-being of their animals. As a rule, responsible breeders welcome you to their facility, are careful in ...
GUEST SERMON: The hidden God
The story of Joseph reads like an epic movie. It has a dysfunctional family, murder plots, strange dreams, rags to riches, seduction, conniving villains, wrongfully convicted, reconciled relationships and much more. Through it all, our imperfect ...
Mother plants a tree in memory of her daughter lost to suicide
SCALES POND - “She was a go-getter, had a lot of friends, a great spirit and she loved life. Then at age 32 she took her life,” shared Gaie Orton, during the annual tree dedication ceremony held at the International Children’s ...
Jehovah’s Witnesses convention to be held in Moncton June 22-24
Jehovah’s Witnesses from Prince Edward Island, New Brunswick and Nova Scotia will gather at the Moncton Coliseum June 22-24. With 2,500 delegates expected to attend, the convention will be one of hundreds to be held worldwide in 180 lands ...
P.E.I. Transitions students donate finished projects
ALBERTON - For some members of Holland College West Prince Centre’s Transitions Group, using saws and drills was a new experience. But they took on the task as a learning opportunity and donated the finished products to the Rev. W.J. Phillips ...
Free nutrition session set for June 20
The Kidney Foundation of Canada, in partnership with United Way of Prince Edward Island and Telus Atlantic Canada community board, is hosting public nutrition sessions across the Island. “What's on your plate? Healthy Eating 101” ...
Hard of Hearing Association, Cooper Institute receive grants
The P.E.I. Hard of Hearing Association and the Cooper Institute are among the recipients of the Law Foundation of Prince Edward Island grants for 2018. “The hard of hearing project promotes ways to improve communications with ...
P.E.I. students busy with end-of-year activities
Montague Regional High School Graduation day is June 21. Grads are expected to come to MRHS for pinning of sashes at 5:15 p.m. Grads will line up for the march to the interfaith service at 5:40 p.m. The service will be held at Hillcrest Church at ...